Getting Stripe setup for your project is quick and easy, but requires you to think a bit about how you'd like to charge for your app.
You'll need to get your Stripe private key out of your dashboard and add them to your environment variables.
The public token is not used, since we leverage checkout sessions and customer dashboards directly.
For local development, make sure you're in TEST mode. Consult the environment variables page for more information.
We use Stripe products to track the different plans you offer. Typically, you'd create a product for each "tier" that you offer - then create prices for monthly and yearly.
You also have the option of creating one-time plans. Basejump does not enforce any specific payment options, we just honor the subscription status out of Stripe.
For example, here we've created a Premium plan for $10/month, or $100/year.
Once you've created your products, you'll need to sync them to your database. You can do this by running the following command:
(Sometimes you have to run this twice)
Basejump allows you to set a default plan and trial period for new users. Set these options in your
They have a few different consequences based on how you configure it
This is mostly important for production, but when you're ready you need to set up Stripe webhooks. That allows Basejump to keep track of account statuses.
First, head to your Stripe dashboard, click on the
Developers tab and select
Events on your account